52 first stage entries received for 2020 Durban July

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Do It Again (Gallo Images)
Do It Again (Gallo Images)

Hat-trick seeking Do It Again is one of 10 Justin Snaith charges in an impressive 52-strong listing that were received at first entry stage on Monday for the R1.5 million Grade 1 Vodacom Durban July to be run behind closed doors at Greyville on Saturday, 25 July.

Do It Again won the race in 2018 and 2019 and while he is no guaranteed runner, a decision is expected after the Gold Challenge.

While Snaith’s Drill Hall Stakes winner Bunker Hunt is among the entries, his WSB Guineas winner, Wild Coast, is not an entry at this stage.

The Sporting Post has learnt that, based on lockdown levels, it is hoped that 18 horses can be accommodated in the final field.

Listed in alphabetical order under horse, trainer, merit rating:

ALIBI GUY - Mike de Kock - 101

AZORES - Dean Kannemeyer - 99

BELGARION - Justin Snaith - 113

BORN TO PERFORM - Dennis Bosch - 98

BUNKER HUNT - Justin Snaith - 124

CAMPHORATUS - R A Hill/S R Hill - 111

CAT DADDY - Glen Kotzen - 101

CHIJMES - Gary Alexander - 120

CORNISH POMODORO - Sean Tarry - 102

CROWN TOWERS (AUS) - Justin Snaith - 109

D’ARRIVEE - Candice Dawson - 106

DIVINE ODYSSEY - J A Janse van Vuuren - 114

DO IT AGAIN - Justin Snaith - 135

DUKE OF SPIN - Mike de Kock - 101

EYES WIDE OPEN - Glen Kotzen - 116

G G’S DYNASTY - Brett Crawford - 103

GOLDEN DUCAT - Eric Sands - 110

GOT THE GREENLIGHT - Joe Soma - 116

HAWWAAM - Mike de Kock - 131

HERO’S HONOUR - Gary Alexander - 117

HERODOTUS - Glen Kotzen - 110

IT’S MY TURN - Dean Kannemeyer - 118

LADY OF STEEL - J A Janse van Vuuren - 111

LEOPOLD - J A Janse van Vuuren - 108

LIBERTY HALL - Dean Kannemeyer - 101

MAGNIFICENT SEVEN - Justin Snaith - 114

MAJESTIC MOZART - Candice Bass-Robinson - 107

MIYABI GOLD - Justin Snaith - 115

MORE MAGIC - Candice Bass-Robinson - 102

NEXUS - Justin Snaith - 102

PACK LEADER - Glen Kotzen - 114

PADRE PIO - Dennis Bosch - 110

PROMISEOFAMASTER - Candice Dawson - 104

RAINBOW BRIDGE - Eric Sands - 134

RETURN FLIGHT - Sean Tarry - 108

ROY HAD ENOUGH (AUS) - Frank Robinson - 115

ROY’S RIVIERA (AUS) - Frank Robinson - 111

SACHDEV - Justin Snaith - 108

SHANGO - Sean Tarry - 118

SILVANO’S PRIDE - Justin Snaith - 115

SILVER HOST - Justin Snaith - 102

SNAPSCAN - Glen Kotzen - 118

SOQRAT (AUS) - Mike de Kock - 133

SOVEREIGN SPIRIT - Candice Bass-Robinson - 95

TIERRA DEL FUEGO - Sean Tarry - 124

TREE TUMBO - Sean Tarry - 91

TRISTFUL - Tony Rivalland - 109

TWIST OF FATE - Adam Marcus - 129

VARDY - Adam Marcus - 134

VICTORIA PAIGE - Sean Tarry - 112

VIKRAM - Andre Nel - 100

WESTERN FORT - Paul Peter - 108

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